Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs recently popped-up in a cameo on the Netflix Original Series, The Good Cop (starring Josh Groban and Tony Danza), but that's not why he disappeared for a month. No, he was working toward the release of his newest video, Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" in 42 Styles. Featuring impressions on how the Queen classic would've been performed by the likes of Ozzy Osbourne, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Bruno Mars and N.W.A., the new clip and the rundown of all the artist styles included can be viewed below.

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Two things that I've covered extensively over the years are Ghosbusters and the band Ghost. Now, aside from the name and some creepy overtones, the two don't really have much in common, though there was a pretty fantastic crossover parody image done for a "No Ghosts Logos" art show back in 2015. But what would happen if Tobias and the crew from the band Ghost did a cover of Ray Parker Jr.'s Ghostbusters theme? Watt White just answered that question with a fantastic cover/mashup/parody that gives us a clear picture of what "Papa" and the gang would sound like rockin' the theme with a bonus verse from Bobby Brown's Ghostbusters II jam, "On Our Own." Check it out...

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Bad Lip Reading is one of YouTube's finest channels, and one permanently marked with "legendary" status here at Rock Father HQ thanks to their Star Wars parody, SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now) - A Bad Lip Reading of The Empire Strikes Back. Our four-year-old has the song and it's dialogue breaks completely memorized. Now comes a new trip into a galaxy far, far away with THE FORCE AWAKENS: A Bad Lip Reading (featuring Mark Hamill as Han Solo). It's almost overdue that they're just now getting to THE FORCE AWAKENS, but it's a good clip - one in which Han Solo (indeed, voiced by Luke Skywalker himself) has a language barrier issue with Admiral Ackbar (who's first name is "Bill"), in addition to some pretty exciting moments while looking for the gift shop at Starkiller Base alongside Rey, Finn and Chewbacca. Check it out below...

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I'm a big fan of pop culture mashups, so when a pair of t-shirts combining former stars of BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 and a couple of iconic bands crossed my feed, my attention was captured. From Los Angeles-based Patti Lapel in collaboration with frank & jan comes "Ian Zeppelin" and "Judas Priestly," bringing Ian Ziering and Led Zeppelin together with Jason Priestly and Judas Priest for what I assume is the very first time. I have no idea how long these have been available, These were first released about six months ago alongside a now-MIA Brian Austin Green/Red Hot Chili Peppers mashup. Like other offerings from Patti Lapel, expect them to be limited-edition. Personally, I'm a big Ian Zeppelin fan.

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With the 88th Academy Awards set to take place this weekend (airing February 28 on ABC at 7e/4p), the biggest night for movies once again finds itself ripe for parody. That's where RIPT Apparel comes in, and their 3rd Annual RIPTcademy Awards is already running at full steam. This year, RIPT is offering parody movie posters presented in a "What If?" style. What if DEADPOOL were up for Best Picture? How about MAD MAX? What if 1999's classic film, OFFICE SPACE, had been a contender? In my mind, it should've been, and still could be... if only it had a proper Awards Season poster like the one that Nathan Davis created for RIPT...

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Wednesday, February 03 2016 23:16

What if STAR WARS Had Been a Grindhouse Film?

It was nearly a decade ago that the "Grindhouse" craze popped-up, a movement fueled by the Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez GRINDHOUSE double-feature of DEATH PROOF and PLANET TERROR. Thing is, the look and feel that they were going for became bigger than the movie itself, leading to countless parodies, imitators, and many re-cut trailers. This week, that spirit continues, and it was Mashable that commissioned a Grindhouse-style trailer for 1977's STAR WARS. Unsurprisingly, the treatment works - presenting a look at what the film could've been, had it been done on the cheap, and with a little more revenge. Check it out...

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